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Tag: cancer screening


Stanford promotes a magnetized wire ‘to detect cancer in people.’ What you need to know

1 6/6/2016

Readers drowning in flawed “liquid biopsy” stories; other coverage throws a lifeline


How much overdetection in cancer screening is acceptable?


Smart journalism scrutinizes cancer screening issues


My interview on CBC Radio regarding network TV prostate/breast CA screenings


ESPN’s connection of the Jimmy V story with Tubby Smith’s was out of bounds


Challenging the conventional wisdom that early detection must always save lives


In the “War on Cancer,” no easy victories on cancer screening front


Free Throat, Head, Neck Cancer Screenings Promoted Without Full Info